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CNBC
Mar 20, 2013 11:00pm EDT
brande: i'm so mad. oh, man. la toya: dennis. dennis: hope you don't hate me. no, no, no. i love you. i thought we were gonna win this. that was so easy. [ voice breaking ] i thought he was buying it. i know. i'm sorry. you guys make sure you -- you get her off, okay? we're gonna try our best. ugh. okay. tell your mother i said hi. i will. all right. thank you. all right. all right. arsenio: you did what you had to do. trump: i had -- i had no choice. i had no choice. i had a great choice if she brought back omarosa. but i had no choice when she didn't. i couldn't believe it. [ heroic music plays ] captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com closed caption funding provided by mark burnett productions, inc. la toya: omarosa is the most evil person i have ever met. she's a no-good, conniving, scheming cutthroat -- probably pulled the cord on michael duncan clarke, and i thought mr. trump was falling for that fake cry. "michael. michael." such a lie. when i met her, i knew she was a snake. i should have handled her a little bit differently. they will always bite you. > i'm jim cramer. welcom
CNBC
Mar 12, 2013 11:00pm EDT
leader wants to destroy washington while watching basketball with dennis rodman. somehow if it was michael jordan hanging out, i would be less concerned. however, despite all these big picture woes, what do we know, we know from costco, home depot, target, walmart and from macy's that things are just dandy with the consumer. and as horrible as jcpenney is doing, courtesy of an implosion led by wall-of-shamer, ceo ron johnson, it can't be providing a boost for every retailer, could it be? the consumer is fine. so i'm bullish, what else. housing is still strong, getting stronger. consensus says we'll build 1 million homes, i think they're way off, 20% more than that. 1.2 million. autos still strong, staying strong. industrial production hanging in. job creation. and that is pretty much the u.s. economy. so i'm not concerned about the economy. so why am i concerned about the market? well, look. i think the market can take a breather. that's all i'm saying. a better entry point, which again, is all i'm saying. let me tell you though, why i think that you could get a better place to buy
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